Stanley Omah Didia, the Nigerian singer better known as Omah Lay, and Justin Bieber, the Canadian musician, are set to drop a collaborative song.


In a terse post shared via his social media handles on Tuesday, the ‘What Have We Done’ crooner said the song titled ‘Attention’ will be released on Friday.

“See you on Friday,” he wrote in the post which has garnered over 32,000 likes as of the time of this report.

Omah Lay started his music career at the age of 15 and then rose to prominence after the release of ‘You’ and ‘Bad Influence’, his two hit singles.


He has continued to enjoy fame in the Nigerian music industry with several beautiful offerings.

In 2021, the ‘Understand’ crooner edged Tems, Oxlade, and Bella Shmurda to win the much-coveted ‘Next Rated’ artiste at The Headies.

The singer was all over the news in December 2020 following his arrest in Uganda alongside Tems over their involvement in an unauthorised concert at Ddungu Resort in Munyonyo, Kampala City.

Bieber, on the other hand, has also established himself as a household name in the global music landscape and collaborated with several Nigerians singers.


Last year, Bieber teamed up with Wizkid and Tems for the remix of ‘Essence’. He also partnered with Burna Boy for ‘Loved By You’.

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